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News Briefing: Ex-Director To Repay Smithsonian

By Kate Golden on October 29, 2008No Comment
  • As the drug epidemic wanes in Harlem, the nonprofit Hale House adapts.  [Associated Press]

  • The ex-Director of the National Museum of the American Indian agrees to reimburse the Smithsonian $9,700 for payments he should not have received.  [Washington Post]

  • An ambitious new art biennial opens in New Orleans this week.  [New York Times]

  • Thousands of Starbucks employees are helping to rebuild and beautiful New Orleans neighborhoods.  [Associated Press]
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